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A model of the formation of heroin addiction in adolescents was used to identify evidence supporting the notion there is gender heteronomy in addictive disorders. The clinical dynamic patterns associated with gender were identified, i.e., so-called gender-associated types of illness in which the leading factors in forming differences were biological gender,… (More)
On the model of heroin addiction in adolescents the premises for grounding the concept of gender heteronomy of addictions have been identified. The clinical-dynamic patterns associated with gender--so called gender associated types of disease in which the leading factors of difference formation are biological sex, valuable orientation structure, sexual… (More)